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The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 5, 2001 - 7A

BETA
Continued from Page 1A
look out for their members in social situations. And they're
also reviewing, revising and reworking their policies right
now," Deal said.
The Oct. 25 party at the fraternity's house, 604 S. State, was
not registered with the Interfraternity Council's Social
Responsibility Committee, a requirement for all Greek events
where alcohol is served.
A Delta Delta Delta pledge who did not have any alcohol at
the party said her friends did not-remember much the next
morning even though she had observed they were not drinking
heavily. Two of the women said the incident has encouraged
them and many of their pledge sisters to reconsider their per-
sonal safety at events and drinking at parties.
But one of the pledges said she would still attend another
event sponsored by Beta Theta Pi.
"It's not the issue of a Tri-Delt and Beta thing. It's between

those four people," the alleged victims and suspects, she said.
"I would go back there if I was given a beer I had opened
myself," she said. "You have to be so careful with yourself
because no one is going to be looking out for you, especially
the person with your drink."
She said designating one person who will not drink at par-
ties and going out in smaller groups could help ensure safety.
Ann Arbor Police Sgt. Michael Logghe said Friday that no
charges had been filed for either assault yet. Neither of the
women tested positive for GHB, a common date-rape drug,
but he said the possibility that a different drug was placed in
the drink has not been ruled out.
He said the first woman to report the assault, classified
as third-degree criminal sexual conduct, said she knew the
man who assaulted her. Logghe 'could not confirm whether
they were friends or if they met that night, but he said they
were acquaintances at some point.
Third-degree criminal sexual conduct is a felony punishable
up to 15 years in prison.

ATTACKS
Continued from Page 1A
ammunition, with food, with blankets,
we hope in the not-too-distant future
with cold weather gear," he said. "The
fighting forces on the side of the oppo-
sition, on our side, will be much better
prepared for winter than the Taliban."
But while describing the war effort
as "going exactly according to our
plan," Myers said a Pentagon
spokesman misspoke two weeks ago
when he said the Taliban's combat
power had been "eviscerated" by U.S.
air strikes.
"I think we do have a substantial

fight ahead of us," he said. "In some
ways they have been eviscerated, but
not in all ways. So we are pretty much
where I think I said we are. We have the
initiative, the Taliban do not."
Myers described bin Laden as
"somebody that is quite sick mentally."
He added that the war against terrorism
that President Bush declared following
the Sept. 11 attacks "is the most impor-
tant assignment we've had in the mili-
tary since World War II."
Franks, whose Central Command is
in charge of the Afghanistan operation,
said on ABC's "This Week" that "great
progress" was being made in the war
effort "because we're doing our work

on our timeline. We're doing our work
on the basis of our initiative."
Franks said the U.S. objective in
Afghanistan was not the occupation of
key strategic points or other territory but
the application of constant pressure on
the Taliban and the al-Qaida network.
He said the United States was coordi-
nating its attacks with the Northern
Alliance and other anti-Taliban rebels.
Franks said he would not rule out the
introduction of large numbers of U.S.
ground troops in Afghanistan, although
he did not suggest such a step is immi-
nent. "I think at this point we'd be fool-
ish to take anything off the table," he
said.

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deserved better." scoreboa
Michigan players didn't want to com- sure if th
ment on the controversy. before th
"What does my opinion have to do "The
with anything?" asked fifth-year senior he did ti
center Kurt Anderson. "Michigan State said. He
has the win, we don't. No matter what I commen
think isn't going to change the outcome tion the
of the game. tion that
"I thought the clock was going to run the right
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e spike.
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hat job will be evaluated," Carr
would not say whether this
t meant that he intended to peti-
Big Ten. He did, however, men-
he's "sure the Big Ten will do
thing. They always do."

An elated Michigan State coach
Bobby Williams tried to piece together
the situation.
"I don't run the clock - there was
one second left on the clock;" Williams
said. The coach then stared down the
media with a mischievous grin until
everyone in the room started laughing.
The game's finish evokes memories
of the 1998 Rose Bowl, when Michigan
beat Washington State for the national
championship. In that game, Washing-
ton State quarterback Ryan Leaf
appeared to spike the ball with one sec-
ond left, but the clock had run out.

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